Today, December 10th, is the international Human Rights Day! This year, the day is focused on the 50th Anniversary of 2 Convnets, that were adopted in 1966:
a) The International Convent on Ecomonical, Social and Cultural Rigths and
b) The International Convent on Civil and Political Rights.
For this special day, the International Journal of Public Health, always advocating for human rights, has joined the Campaign of BioMed Central by contributing 11 relevant articles to the Campaign. These papers will be available free of charge until February 11th 2016! Visit the IJPH page (or scroll down this post) for a full list of the papers we contributed and the BioMed Central campaign page for all the papers included in the campaign.
*list of IJPH human rights relevant papers, available free of charge unitl February 2016
- Reviewing the topic of migration and health as a new national health target for Germany
- Mortality among US-born and immigrant Hispanics in the US: effects of nativity, duration of residence, and age at immigration
- Association between migration and physical activity of school-age children left behind in rural Mexico
- Climate-driven migration: an exploratory case study of Maasai health perceptions and help-seeking behaviors
- Migration and geographical inequalities in health in the Netherlands: an investigation of age patterns
- Addressing health-related interventions to immigrants: migrant-specific or diversity-sensitive?
- Health literacy and disability: differences between generations of Canadian immigrants
- Impact of economic crisis on mental health of migrant workers: what happened with migrants who came to Spain to work?
- Chronic health conditions, labour market participation and resource consumption among immigrant and native-born residents of Canada
- Self-perceived health among Eastern European immigrants over 50 living in Western Europe
- Disgrace at EU’s external borders